Pansy Patch

Stampin Up Pansy Patch

What is up with the weather in this country this year?  One day it is 65 degrees and the next day it snows.  I am ready for spring and summer to arrive for good.  I remember a few years ago, when I lived in Northern New York, it did not warm up until July.  Really, I am not kidding.  June was in the 40’s & 50’s.  I hope this year is not like that.

Pansy Patch and the Pansy Dies are another Stampin’ Up! bundle that is 20% off during the month of March.  They are both part of the Pansy Petals Suite that is in the 2021/2022 Annual Catalog.  The Suite includes the bundle plus Pansy Petals Designer Series Paper and Bumble bee Trinkets.  One of the things I love about this suite is that some of the dies cut out some of the flowers in the Designer Series Paper.  As a result of this, my card was super easy to make!

The first thing I did to create this card is to cut out the flowers from the Pansy Petals Designer Series Paper using the Pansy Dies using my Cut And Emboss Machine.  I cut out one large flower and three small ones. Then I cut out five leaves.  After this I stamped the sentiment in Soft Succulent ink on a 2.5″ x 3.75″ piece of Basic White card stock.  I layered this onto a 2 5/8″ x 3 7/8″ piece of Soft Succulent card stock.  I then layered that on top of a piece of the Pansy Petals DSP and a Soft Succulent piece of card stock.  I wrapped a piece of Soft Succulent 1/2″ Satin Shimmer Ribbon.  This ribbon has a very subtle shine to it.  I layered that on top of a Basic White A2 card base.  Then I adhered the flowers and leaves onto the card using Multipurpose Glue.  Lastly I added three Polished Dots. 


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